In this vocal singing lessons video you will learn from Hollywood Vocal coach Roger Burnley, exactly how to develop irresistible style and charisma when you sing.
You'll also learn a little trick that Stevie Wonder used to develop his personal style.
This video shares many great singing tips about developing the ability to sing with licks and trills.
As you'll see, one of the most common mistakes singers make when using these stylistic elements, is they get too much tension in their face and jaw.
Instead of allowing the vocal cords to do the work they "muscle" the sound around, involving the jaw muscles and swallowing muscles.
Making this mistake is going to have consequences on both the short term and long term.
Firstly, it's going to make singing very tiring. The rule of thumb is that the more the swallowing muscles and jaw muscles come into play, the more tiring your singing experience will be!
And in the long term, doing this is going to damage your voice.
So what you need to do instead is practice doing your licks and trills without engaging your swallowing muscles and jaw.
When you do this you will train your vocal chords to make the adjustments, and you'll be able to do lightning fast licks and trills that will blow people away.
For a great exercise to get started, be sure to watch the video above. Towards the end you'll see how to do a vocal exercise that will get you doing licks and trills correctly.
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